Mark started his public safety career in 1986 in West Virginia as a volunteer firefighter and 911 dispatcher. He later moved to Greenville County in 1994 and continued his career path as a 911 dispatcher for Greenville County Emergency Medical Services. Throughout that time, Mark also worked for Mobile Care Ambulance Services and Laurens County Emergency Medical Services as an EMT. In 2000, Mark followed his passion for radio systems and took the opportunity to work with Diversified Electronics. During his time there, he studied how to maintain 911 radio consoles in addition to the tower sites related to public safety. Later in 2009, Mark accepted the position of Infrastructure Specialist in the E911 division under the Sheriff’s Office. While in that role, Mark’s responsibility was to preserve the radio systems for seven 911 centers in the county. In July of 2022, Mark continued his career path with Greenville County as the Emergency Communications Coordinator for Emergency Management. Mark will continue supporting all radio systems for Greenville County agencies along with any public safety agency in need of assistance with Greenville County.